Visitors to this remote and historic ex-hostelry, far up in the hills where rivers rise, always used to enjoy looking at the old photographs on the wall. These reflected a bygone age when the local produce show was held here, … Continue reading Ye Olde Sunne Dryed Tomatoe
Worth reflagging this from last Christmas, I’ve seen a few of these poor creatures around this week. It only take one trip to a Supermarket for the viewer to notice: ‘Men who’s been let loose in a supermarket with a list’. ‘Don’t come home without those items on the list that we never buy at any other time of the year’ is the order ringing around the head. Sending them on days like these is a cruelty beyond reason. They are not used to supermarkets at the best of times rarely getting involved in the shopping during the rest … Continue reading Man and the Christmas Supermarket Shopping stare.
Survival depends on the continued existence of huge motor cycles. In the spurious world of advertising, Bike Woman is a slinky young blonde beauty with nothing on beneath her leather jacket, which is otherwise well filled and unzipped to the … Continue reading Bike Woman
Another of those random drawings found on an old file stored away. Just think that if I’d not put it on here you would never have seen an elephant on a snowboard. Anything is possible with drawing. Continue reading Elephant on a snowboard….
Another of those random images found in the big ‘sort-out’ I have no idea now who this was for, if indeed anyone. Continue reading Man on the edge…
Here’s another of those missing persons, with words by Gordon Thorburn. The drawing is based on my old history master who was a gem of the species names Mr Trethewey. Even the name was right. He did, as I recall, … Continue reading Schoolmasters, where are they?
I’ve recently retired from my ‘other job’, I had respectable employment with a fine company of printers over in Gloucester.They gave me a very generous send-off last week,which was very gratifying. My daughter asked me if I cried, not bloody … Continue reading Fish…perfect for the hard of hearing.